Educator and Soul Cocina street-food chef Roger Feely is launching the first of what he's calling Family Meal this Sunday at Little Baobab (3388 19th St. at Mission). Feely told us the weekly dinners would feature global cooking styles, reflecting the food he loves ― check the Soul Cocina blog Fridays for menus. The Jan. 17 promises birria, chiles en nogada, panuchos de pollo pibil, almond horchata, mole, and enchiladas with greens from Little City Gardens.
Pricing is still being finalized. For the first Family Meal, entrees are around $12, salads and appetizers approximately $8, and family-style entrée platters serving three to four for around $30 (drinks extra). How reservations will or won't be accepted is also TBD. Feely says, “For now reservations will only be accepted by people who know how to contact me,” Feely told us via e-mail ― meaning that, if you're not acquainted with Feely, it's unlikely you'll be chowing on Sunday's birria. A public contact for reservations should be posted in coming weeks.
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